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Malawa Government Brings Back 60 Trafficked Women From Kuwait

By Winifred Bulus

Malawi government has brought back 60 trafficked Malawian women that have been in Kuwait since 2016.

Spokesperson of the country’s minister of foreign affairs, Rejoice Chaponda Shumba, confirmed that the women were brought back after being stranded in Kuwait.

The spokesperson added that the women had been trafficked to Kuwait on the presence of being offered jobs.

On getting to the destination, their passports were taken away and they were deployed to sex work or domestic jobs with little or no pay.

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